Irene Jillson

Dr. Irene Anne Jillson, Assistant Professor, Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies, teaches in the School of Nursing and Health Studies (NHS), School of Foreign Service Science and Technology in International Affairs Program, and School of Medicine and has designed and launched courses in global health ethics, global health systems and politics and global health research. She also teaches medical ethics, graduate and undergraduate health research, and physician role and behavior. Two of her recent publications include book chapters, Protecting The Public, Addressing Individual Rights: Ethical Issues In Emergency Management Information Systems For Public Health Emergencies, (in: Van de Walle, Turoff, and Hiltz, Information Systems for Emergency Management) and Health rights, health ethics, and adolescence: Addressing current challenges, ensuring a just future (in Adolescent Medicine State of the Art Review). Dr. Jillson is a native Washingtonian and has two children.


Religion's Role in International Public Health